Most of us are familiar with Sandboxie and the protection it provides. However, Sandboxie is currently not able to sandbox applications from Windows Store. The solution for Sandboxie users is to download the desktop version of the application and sandbox it. An example for this is Skype. Now, if you look at Skype in the Windows Store it is only allowed to do 'certain' actions in Windows. I suppose you could say that all apps downloaded and installed from Windows Store are sandboxed by Windows, correct? To the big question; What provides the best protection when you choose between either the Sandboxie'd desktop app or the Windows Store app?